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Mother’s Day Craft + Mom’s Weekend

Mother’s Day Craft + Mom’s Weekend

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IMG_9444A couple of weeks ago, my sorority hosted our annual Mom’s Weekend. At first I was not going to attend, but I have so many wonderful women in my life that I look up to and hold so near and dear that I decided to go and invite someone. 

What better person to invite than K’s momma? Mama C is one of the most inspiring, genuine, lovable, and kind-hearted person you will ever meet. She is constantly pushing me to be the best person I can be and I love her with my whole heart. Who knew that meeting her two years ago would have such a strong impact on my life today? Mom’s Weekend was such a fun time and I loved being able to spend the weekend with this hot momma. 













With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I am always looking for something artsy to do with the kiddos I watch. At the child care facility that I work at, my classroom decided to make some flower pots for the children to take home to their parents. 

It was the easiest Mother’s Day Craft and it was so fun to do with the kids! (Beware: MUST HAVE PATIENCE!)

We made them over a span of 3 days, however, you can easily complete this project in one day. All you need is a set of hands, paint, and paper! 



IMG_2249Ignore the misspelling of thumb (did anyone catch that?). I loved helping all the little ones make these and I hope all of their sweet mama’s love their masterpieces. 

Happy Mother’s Day and Weekend to all you beautiful mommas and mommas to be! I will be celebrating with my sweet little boy Reagan (yes…my cute puppy) and K’s family. 

What are you doing for Mother’s Day? xo



    • June 8, 2015 / 8:16 pm

      The parents absolutely loved them! So cute!

  1. Mary La Fornara
    May 9, 2015 / 8:51 pm

    Love this craft, very cute!

  2. Heather Serra
    May 13, 2015 / 2:25 am

    I pinned this craft for next year. It’s adorable!

    • June 8, 2015 / 8:16 pm

      Heather, it was so easy and simple! Do one painting step a day for three days (for it to dry), you know those little hands can get paint everywhere!